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Mallinckrodt Official Stance Covidien purchased Mallinckrodt Inc., and ceased using its named, but the company announced earlier this year its would resume the . Army Corps of Engineers in coordination with the Department of Energy is now responsible for the environmental remediation of the St.
Lynn Phillips, media relations manager at Covidien in Hazelwood sent Hazelwood Patch its official statement on the matter which states Mallinckrodt has nothing to do with remediation efforts. Louis Airport Site was used for disposal of demolition debris from buildings decommissioned and demolished nearly 50 years ago by a third party demolition contractor under the oversight of the US government. Louis Airport Site, which includes Coldwater Creek, under its Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program. Mallinckrodt is not involved in the remediation activities that have been conducted at the St.
The first suit was filed in February when North County residents had similar allegations of negligence that caused their illnesses.
Coping with Cancer and the Unknown At a meeting on Wednesday, those interested in the suit and affected by living near the contamination sites met with some of the lead attorneys handling the suits.
About the Lawsuits Both lawsuits allege exposure to radioactive waste the produced, is the . The area is considered an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site.
The second lawsuit includes a group of 16 people from Hazelwood, Florissant, Spanish Lake and St. Documents express the residents report contracting various breast, testicular, brain and pancreatic cancers, Crohn's disease and other autoimmune disorders.
He tells Inside Edition his animal has shown no aggression in the nine years Trexel's owned him, and he is concerned for the python's safety and well-being because its body temperature must stay above 50 degrees, and nights have been cold in the area lately.
Trexel, who works as a pizza deliveryman and lives with his girlfriend and their four young children off of County Line and Cypress roads, says friends helped him search throughout the weekend, but to no avail.Its owner, Ben Trexel III, says he last saw his pet serpent last Thursday, when a branch crashed through his roof during a storm, apparently allowing the snake to escape its enclosure.Christian County law enforcement is not involved in the search and does not have an animal control officer.There is also , and a Facebook group devoted to the cause where members have to request access and get approval from the group administrator.It's a space for camaraderie, counseling and encouragement.